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King James VI was king of Scotland (born 1566, died 1625) and was granted the throne (of Scotland) in 1567, but didn't take it until the age of 19. On the death of Elizabeth I, he also became King of England. It was King James who commissioned translation of The Bible into what was the English of the time, so that the Bible could be understood by the common people as well as the educated. Part of the aim was also to provide a single, uniform translation for use throughout the Church of England. It was published in 1611. King James died in 1625. Cheers Malcolm King James I of Scotland 1406 - 1437 King James II of Scotland 1437 - 1460 King James III of Scotland 1460 - 1488 King James IV of Scotland 1488 - 1513 King James V of Scotland 1513 - 1542 King James VII of Scotland and II of England 1685 - 1689 OTHER KING JAMES LEBRON JAMES!!! BASKETBALL!!! NOT BETTER THAN KOBE!!! HIS NICKNAME SHOULD BE KING OF TRAVELS!

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Why is King James known as both King James I and King James IV?

King James VI of Scotland became King James I of England


Who was King James of the King James Version of the Bible?

He was King James VI of Scotland and I of England


Who came after King James?

King Charles I succeeded King James I of England (who was also King James VI of Scotland).


Who was King James v?

king James V was a Scottish King


Was King James a king in the Bible?

No, King James was the English king who had the bible translated from latin to english... hence, the King James' version of the bible.


What two titles did King James hold?

King James I of England and King James VI of Scotland


Was King James I a Catholic?

No, King James was a Protestant.


Who commisioned the King James Bible?

King James


King James I was the king of another country before he became king of England?

King James I of England had previously been King James VI of Scotland.


What effect did King James you have on Macbeth?

King James was not the King in the play Macbeth.


When did James I became king of England?

King James VI of Scotland became King James I of England in 1603.


What was king James know as?

Before becoming King James 1 of England, he was King James VI of Scotland.


What was the name of King James son?

King James I was the father of Charles I. King James II was the father of James (the warming-pan baby).


Was king James that wrote the Bible a black man?

No, king James was the King of England. It was he who authorized the King James Version of the bible to be written.


Who inherited the throne from James 1?

King James I of Scotland died in 1437 and was succeeded by King James II. King James I of England (James VI of Britain) died in 1625 and was succeeded by King Charles I.


When did King James begin his reign?

Which King James? Of what country?


Did King James write the King James Bible?

No but he authorised it.


Who was King after king James the 1?

King Charles I was the successor of King James I. He became the King in 1625 in the age of 24.


Who has king James?

LeBron James a.k.a King James plays for the Cleveland Caveliers


Who is King James 1?

King James VI of Scotland became King James I of England on the death of Elizabeth I in 1603.


Who was king or queen after King James?

King James I (and VI) was succeeded by his son Charles I.


Was King James the king of England when Jamestown was colonized?

Yes King James was King in England when Jamestown was colonized.


Who was King James in the Bible?

King James 1st was responsible for ordering the creation of the King James Version of the Bible which was completed in 1611.


What other country did King James VI of Scotland become king of?

King James VI of Scotland became James I of England.


Was King James II Protestant or Catholic?

King James was a Protestant.